GUN Went out for a bottle of milk thistle, came home with this

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  1. KIDRR

    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    Fits in my pocket nicely, I have big hands and I still get all my fingers on the grip. The whole thing was made in the custom shop.

    Ultra CDP II BTW



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    i would not carry a 1911 in my pocket
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    Better than carrying a Glock in there :dunno:
     
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    thomor25 I make money online....

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    you ever get a hammer snagged in/on your pocket? you'd think twice and go for a hamerless semi or wheel.
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    Have both, anything else bad about pocket carrying a 1911?
     
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    thomor25 I make money online....

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    yeah if you keep it in condition 1 I'd be scared of the thumb saftey releasing.
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    Shit bro, I thought we had something both being from commiefornia and all. Just because I can only afford $1200 for a 1911 pocket gun.....
     
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    Can't say I've heard of anyone pocket-carrying a 1911...:dunno:
     
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    Would not carry a 1911, or any hammered gun in my pocket, ever.

    But nice pistol. Get a fucking holster.
     
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    But does it help with gyno?
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    :mamoru: I don't have any so I wouldn't know.


    This thing is a bitch to clean, first gun I ever had to crack the owner manual open to field strip
     
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    Do it a couple of times with the rite tools and technique and it's like anything else, it gets easier. Doing it wrong or with out the proper tools and I can see why it could be a hassle.

    I was going to do an EDU on a complete sequence of 1911 strip and inspection, but there are so many already done, well done tutorials on Youtube I'd suggest if you haven't already, check there.

    I can get the disconnect and sear on the frame and pinned almost as fast as taking it out. Takes a little practice, but don't go without knowing how to do it, you learn and understand your pistol so much more.
     
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    ah, i am jealous. that looks NICE! i want. but can't afford. :(
     
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    :mamoru: bi tone, pocket 1911 crew?

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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    :hsd: I'd like to see these two side by side for the size comparison

     
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    :rofl: really? with an exposed hammer and exposed safety lever? oh ok :io:
     
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    [DWI] Master of Nothing

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    That is the only step that ever still gives me problems, but I'm much better at it than I was when I first got a 1911. They aren't that bad if you know what you are doing, in fact is seems pretty simple and logical once you see how everything works.

    Now a P-08 luger even if it works it just seems, well traditional over engineered german.
     
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    I put the sear and disconnect together and pinched with my right hand (index & thumb) I get just the tip of the disconnect to the hole, I turn the frame sideways so that the disconnect/sear doesn't slide around or drop out, then I use the corner of my thumb on my right hand to get the holes to align while holding the pin with my left, I line up the sear, place the pin, and I usually just let gravity to allow the disconnect to fall slightly and I push the pin all the way through and it's pinned.

    When it's pin, I let go of it all, shake the frame to make sure its in there correctly.

    Sounds more complicated as I type it out, but the sequence happens pretty fast. Holding it sideways once the disconnect is aligned with the hole allows you to move the sear and disconnect around without it falling completely out of position and having to start over.
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    This is only 25oz

    I'm 6'3" 245lbs right now at about 12% bodyfat.
     
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    They're both the same size.
     
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    Liptonucf wee woo wee woo wee woo

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    Goddam man. You could make yourself a little more well received at least.
     

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